Rachel was a preacher’s kid. Was. After her father passed away Rachel’s life began to fall apart. She left home and moved in with her boyfriend Ryan who was, well, the furthest thing from a preacher’s kid. And she liked that.But when she caught him with another woman, her life completely crumbled before her. Angry and bitter she threw herself into her work at the Seattle Sentinel -- at least when she was sober.Fortunately her work began to pay off and she caught her manager’s attention. She would be assigned to the city’s largest unsolved case. It sounded way too good to be true! There had to be a catch.And there was. The catch? She had to work with the new guy: Preston Miller. She didn’t know how she felt about that. Given the fact the he was new, he seemed … different and oh, he was also the most attractive human being that she had ever laid eyes on. Either way, a job was a job. She was a professional. BUT he was gorgeous … NO. This was a new season of her life. Reluctantly accepting an invitation to temporarily stay at her aunt and uncle’s house as she got back on her feet, she was surprised when her childhood friend Aileen sprung the question:Would you like to go to prayer meeting?It sounded like a foreign language to her ears. Pray? Would God even listen to her after … all the things she had done? Would she even be accepted by the church members?She pushed past her fears and agreed. But she wasn’t prepared for what she saw. Or rather, who she saw.